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have someone who was at the center of this unfolding scandal. and, by the way, it's just beginning. running the irs component of obama care. that cannot happen. going to have to relieve her of this post. >> clayton: democrats were furious calling on the white house to do something to take action on this. so the president comes out and says that the acting commissioner there stephan miller is resigning. okay. that's action. >> alisyn: he was only the interim commissioner. >> clayton: he was going to be gone in a month anyway. if you are the administration trying to put a lid on this and put out this fire do you go and do this? >> alisyn: also helpful if we could ever get to the bottom of who issued the be on the lookout order. steve miller who was on the stand for four hours was asked that' and he couldn't come up with one name. >> tucker: still have not released the names of the groups who were targeted. 280 some groups denied tax exempt status they still have not to this moment released that list. why not? >> clayton: it is really bothersome. much more on this coming up with great
the scandal or limit it. the congressman made it clear that this was limited to the irs and there are no tentacles to the white house. you have republicans trying to investigate whether or not the obama reelection campaign was at all a search query from the irs, as well. politics are all over this thing. the nice thing about this in a weird way in some ways it is a perfect scandal that democrats can be outraged and republicans can be outraged. it is the one scandal that the president has been adamant about being outraged. there is universal outrage and where the politics settle out is what we are watching. >> both parties have indicated they want to get to the bottom of this. a lot of times most of the time these hearings can be for show. what is the likelihoodt that this is going to produce something significant, that we are going to figure out what happened here and figure out how to fix it? >> you can hear some of the congressmen, there istration because we haven't learned anything new from this hearing. one of the congressman asked why did he resign because it seems
the scandals. now i want to shift to the irs investigating conservative groups. the question is, how far does this go. the white house now, president obama is now very outraged about it. there is a question about whether the outrage is a day late and dollar short. we have had hundreds of conservative organizations stymied to collect collections while the irs was perpetrating this scheme. so the bloomberg reporter asked president obama who in the white house knew about this hold on a second. i will pull up the exactly what she asked. can you assure the american people that nobody in the white house knew about the irs's actions before your counsel's office found out about the i.g. probe. let's hear what the president said. >> i can assure you that i certainly did not know anything about the i.g. report before the i.g. report had been leaked through press. >> megyn: then the associated press comes out with this headline. obama assures that he did not know about political targeting before reports became public. that is not what he assured? >> you did a nonresponsive answer. i'm going implied admi
. if that is the case, if i'm not mistaken, there was an executive order issued by obama that there were no more people held at sites like that. but since that scandal broke, none of that has come to light. guest: i did look into that to the extent that i was able to. two points on that -- i talked to some sources i have their. i don't have the whole story. but the ones i spoke to were not aware of anyone being held as described. our two, to your point that the united states is not supposed waso that sort of thing, i also told by sources that sometimes if something like that is done, we could be using maybe you could call it a loophole where we use local forces to actually do the could say that they are not really in the u.s. control. toin, i have not been able find out whether that is true or not, but the people i've spoken to were not aware of anybody being held. host: how my questions you have on that list? guest: 25 questions. host: do you want to go through some of them? guest: when was ambassador stephan's body recovered? what are the known details? a month later we have virtually no information
. verbal gymnastics from the obama administration today. the white house and the justice department turn on the full spin cycle in the middle of a scandal pileup. the world lead. at first it read like james bond but the more we hear the more it sounds like austin powers. the russians say they've caught an american spy and, hey, they've got the wigs to
the scandal, will join our roundtable. >> you mentioned the irs controversy. it has been a difficult week for the obama administration in terms of responding to these controversies. how do you think the president's long-term agenda and big items like health care and immigration reform could be affected? >> part of it is a discipline within the white house use a dennis mcdonough he doesn't want to spend more than 10% of white house time on these matters. they've got to overcome a pretty energized republican opposition. it is now galvanized by some of these issues like benghazi and the irs. the president has thrown the idea of taking on the federal shield law to better protect reporters who are trying to publish government secrets. on capitolall churn hill but how quickly will they get into campaign mode on these issues that preclude action on immigration or the budget with the debt ceiling fight coming up. >> thank you so much. don't forget, you can watch "meet the press" 10:00 a.m. right here on wbal. an elderly couple is recovering after they were hit by a car in baltimore county. it hap
's time has expired. the gentlelady is recognized for 30 seconds. mrs. black: how can president obama and congressional democrats support obamacare, a law that gives more power to the i.r.s.? ultimately, the i.r.s. scandal is yet another example of why obamacare must be repealed for the sake of our health care, our economy and our constitutional freedom. thank you and i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back. the gentleman from michigan is recognized. mr. levin: i now yield one minute to the gentleman from massachusetts, a distinguished member of our committee, mr. neal. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman is recognized for one minute. mr. neal: thank you, mr. speaker. today i rise in opposition to the patients' rights act. 71 million americans have already taken advantage of this opportunity for preventive health care services. 100 million americans no longer will have a lifetime limit on their health insurance program. young adults can stay on their parents' health insurance until they're 26. 98% of the people of
the obama administration planned its public response to the deadly benghazi attack last september 11. will that defuse the first of this wave of scandals? >>> there's already bad blood between the attorney general of the united states eric holder and house republicans. can he survive his latest grilling on the judiciary committee hot seat? >>> and we're also hearing right now from o.j. simpson. this for the first time since he was sent to prison for armed robbery and kidnapping. you'll see him take the witness stand in a bid for freedom. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> we have breaking news right now. battered by controversies the white house makes a very bold move to defend its response to the deadly attack in benghazi, libya. just now it has just released the e-mails showing how officials tried to decide what to say to lawmakers and to the american public. you'll recall this was the attack that killed four americans including the united states ambassador to libya. the administration and congressional republicans have battled for months over the initial respons
, and then eventually voted for barak obama twice. so you really can't say it's political. he just wants the truth out. >> this is a watergate teach scandal, to be honest. and the difference is people died here and really died a gruesome death. but this is the potential to be watergate. so it could affect the current president and it could very well affect -- i don't know, i think hillary has a big problem. >> steve: when you say it rises to the level of watergate, do you mean it's an impeachable event? >> it depends where it oilstones. the whole thing with e-mails, you find if you can get access and they don't want to give access to their records, to really important records, i think you'll see some things that will shock you. yeah, i'm saying it and i heard other people say it, this is potentially watergate with death involved. watergate didn't have death. this has the element of death. we lost great people here. due to imcompetence or stupidity or something, i don't know n a certain way worse. >> gretchen: to clarify some of the e-mails members of congress have seen, but they haven't been released
, at a time when our nation is experiencing record unemployment, president obama has called on the i.r.s., an agency currently in the midst of scandal to create thousands of new agents to enforce ouh ba macare. based on recent reports it's clear i.r.s. should not be expanded to include the authorization of controlling health care for the american people. today's vote will give us an opportunity to repeal a crucial job killing, destroying bill that in turn will provide small businesses the certainty they need to begin hire geng and put american families back to work. as a proud co-sponsor i urge my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to vote in favor of the bill. i yield back my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from tennessee reserves. the gentleman from california is recognized. >> how much time is available. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california has four and a half minutes remaining, the gentleman from tennessee has seven and a quarter minutes remaining thch egentleman from california reserves. the gentleman from tenne
time has expired. >> may i have 30 seconds? how can president obama and the congressional democrats support obamacare? it is a law that gives more pow torle the i.r.s., ultimately, the i.r.s. scandal is another example why obamacare must be repealed for the sake of our health care, economy, and our constitutional freedom. i yield back. >> the gentleman from michigan is recognized. i yield one minute to the distinguished gentleman from massachusetts. >> the gentleman is recognized for one minute. >> today, i rise in opposition the repeal of the patients' rights act. 71 million americans have taken dvantage for things preventive measures. young adults can stay on their parents' health insurance until they are 26. 98% of the people of massachusetts are insured. the number regularly polls in the high 70's for customer satisfaction. let me say this with some degree of certainty, the best hospitals in the world are in massachusetts. argue bli, the best doctors in the world are in massachusetts, special the best teaching hospitals are in massachusetts. they made it work. people are happy w
obama and the prime minister of great britain, david cameron addressing a wide range issues. >> no question about it. talked about the irs scandal. voice someday outrage if it turns out to be true the irs had targeted some conservative groups for audits and for further review. he also talked about this issue of benghazi that has dogged the administration for some time now. >> syria and the upcoming g-8 summit. >> some of you will return to local programming. others will rejoin today which is in progress. >> this has been an nbc news po. in our last hour in studio 1a. i got to spend the weekend hanging with bradley and the rest of the wolfpack at caesar's palace in las vegas. >> to a night the four of us will never forget. >> reporter: "the hangover" started four years ago with a bachelor party the likes of which we've never seen. now the wolfpack is back, one last time. >> my name's alan and i bought a giraffe! >> reporter: with a trilogy finale that sees alan unleashed. >> oh, god, look at him now. >> reporter: and puts mr. ciao front and center. ♪ i believe i can fly >>
the country are paying attention to the multiple scanldz scanldzs plagug the -- scandals plaguing the administration. we're seeing it in all areas of the country. my hometown newspaper, "caspar star tribune," had a headline today, "trio of troubles related to the obama administration." because what the american people are seeing from the obama administration, people are seeing a high level of incompetence and a very low level of transparency. so here are just a few of the headlines today in "the washington post." "criminal probe of i.r.s. launched." criminal probe of i.r.s. launched. just below that, "leak probe, phone records uproar ends holder's respite." that has to do with the justice department's secret gathering of records from the associated press. inside the paper, open it up, there's -- there's much more. "media outlets condemn agency." justice department department, i.r.s. scandals. other articles note the ongoing scandal over the administration's handling of the attack on our consulate in benghazi. "the washington post" fact checker recently gave the president four pino
to be president obama's scandal? >> bill: first of all, i got to say, i think you talked about the real scandal. i don't think the i.r.s. is much of a scandal. i'm not defending the i.r.s. but the answer to your question is simply that everything that happens with any federal agency, no matter how far removed from the president is expected to have been president obama's -- any president's personal decision unless they prove otherwise. and i think the white house has done a pretty good job of proving that this was not president obama's decision. i think -- look, here's what we know john, real quickly. we know that citizens united spawned a whole flood of political organizations, trying to get a tax-exempt status. they were 50 times at least more on the right than they were on the left, seeking such status. we also know that most of them are phony. they're no more -- if they're social welfare organizations i'm an astronaut okay. they're just trying to cheat american taxpayers. but i think where the i.r.s. went wrong is they didn't look at the big guys like karl rove's crossroads or even bill burton'
learning her chances were high of developing breast cancer. >>> under fire. president obama goes on the record about the irs scandal and the benghazi investigation. twin controversies clouding the white house. >> people have to be held accountable and it has to be fixed. the whole issue of talking points frankly throughout this process has been a side show. >> the bear looks over from that fence over there. >> swimmers scramble when a black bear wanders into a suburban backyard. this is the "cbs morning news" for tuesday, may 14th, 2013.
in the obama administration, and i used their quotes on scandals. worse than watergate. who is going to jail over this? >> stephanie: yeah, we have heard a lot of republicans say it about pretty much everything. and i thought who better to ask than our good friend john doan. good morning, john dean. >> good morning, stephanie. >> stephanie: do you actually slap your head with your hand when you hear that. [ laughter ] >> it has been amazing, it shows that a lot of people in washington are now historically challenged. they don't get it. they don't know what happened in the past. >> stephanie: i said that last night, i said first of all i would suggest a history book. i was reading the interview you did with eleanor cliff, and you said not even close to watergate. you first started with benghazi. you said benghazi is loose charges in searching of a scandal, a cover your ass depreciation between two different agencies, state and the cia. right? >> that's exactly what it boils down to. it is almost becoming a conspiracy theory scandal, because republicans keep trying to add
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